Queen and Adam Lambert announce Australian stadium tour

  Buoyed by the massive success of Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, rock band Queen will embark on a massive tour of Australian stadiums in early 2020. The iconic group will once more enlist singer Adam Lambert as their frontman, singing the songs made famous by the late, great Freddie Mercury. L-R: Adam Lambert with RogerRead More

‘Downright disgrace’: Fans slam RnB Fridays concert

Thousands of furious RnB fans have taken to Twitter to demand a refund after attending what they’re labelling as the “worst concert ever” in Melbourne. Fox FM and Frontier Touring brought the RnB Fridays Live concert to Marvel Stadium on Saturday night, featuring international stars including Usher, T-Pain and Salt-n-Pepa. More than 50,000 people attendedRead More

As the web turns 30, its creator offers a message of hope for its future

  The web is turning 30 on Tuesday, but its creator, Tim Berners-Lee, is already looking ahead to the next 30 years. In his annual letter on the web’s birthday, Berners-Lee spent less time reflecting on how the web has developed over the past three decades, and instead expressed optimism about what can be achieved inRead More

Google Doodle celebrates America’s workers on Labor Day 2018

Google Doodle didn’t take the day off Monday, when it hailed the American worker on Labor Day. It’s been a federal holiday since 1894 — when it was signed into law by President Grover Cleveland — and Americans traditionally celebrate by holding barbecues and parades, going on picnics, attending block parties and taking trips toRead More

Instagram could be in for big changes as its creators quit

Social media giant Facebook takes yet another hit as Instagram’s cofounders announced that they would be quitting the company in a few weeks. The pair handed in their resignations on Monday. Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom, who developed the popular photo-sharing app in 2010, confirmed their departure today. This impending exit of Instagram founders isRead More

Who will represent Australia at Eurovision in 2019?

Singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke has been chosen to represent Australia at this year’s Eurovision Song contest. Ten of Australia’s most exciting performers took to the stage at a live event on the Gold Coast on Saturday night for the chance to represent the country at the annual music competition. It was the first time the AustralianRead More

Wi-Fi access only granted to students in China after they solve a puzzle

There’s no such thing as a free lunch in this world. Now apparently the same goes for Wi-Fi.   Students in the cafeteria at China’s Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics must solve a calculus equation to get the school Wi-Fi password, state media Global Times reported Sunday. The password lies within the answer to theRead More

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